Schuiling Returns to NMU as Dean

Dr. Kerri Schuiling has been named the new dean of Northern Michigan University's College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies, beginning July 1. Schuiling is currently the dean of Oakland University's School of Nursing. Prior to her OU position, she was the head of NMU's School of Nursing and associate dean of the College of Professional Studies.

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The College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies

The College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies consists of three schools, nine departments and one center with 86 majors and 38 minors. Learn more about the different options here.

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NMU Nursing Program Ranks Among Best

As part of the U.S.News & World Report 2012 Best Graduate Schools rankings, master's degree programs in nursing were assessed based on a peer survey of deans, other administrators, and/or faculty at accredited degree programs or schools in each discipline. This is U.S.News's first ranking of graduate nursing programs in four years.

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Job Growth in Laboratory Science

The job outlook for laboratory science is quickly growing and NMU is the only university that offers 5 accredited / approved programs by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science. Read more.

   
New Wildland Firefighting Minor
FirefightingThe new minor is available through the School of Health and Human Performance. It consists of 23 credits with both classroom and hands on training in the field. To learn more click here.
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